[openstack-dev] [Heat] Template repository location (infra guidance needed)

Clint Byrum clint at fewbar.com
Wed Apr 24 16:39:43 UTC 2013

On 2013-04-24 09:20, Adrian Otto wrote:
> Steven,
> I don't think we need to use Stackforge at all anymore. Heat is
> integrated. Let's keep things simple, and use the Heat repo for Heat's
> work product. The way I see it is that if an OpenStack dev is creating
> a template as part of a Heat development effort, then the artifacts
> relating to that work belong in OpenStack.

+1, could not say it better.

> We may want to consider a future setup where there is a central
> community repository where best practices for deployment of various
> applications and systems can be expressed as templates and stored in a
> registry or repo that can be browsed by OpenStack users. Think CPAN,
> or PIP. This is where templates could go that are not part of a
> coordinated release. That may or not belong in OpenStack, but I think
> that's actually a separate discussion.

I'd like for the community managed collection of Heat templates to be 
in OpenStack as well. OpenStack has proven that one of its core values 
is to enable contribution. We may want to have a more self-service 
policy around that repository, but thats something we'll work out as it 

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